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BU and the Olympic Legacy

The excitement and fanfare of the London 2012 Olympics faded long ago in Dorset, but it’s legacy lives on! During the Olympics, BU co-sponsored, with UK Trade & Investment, an… »

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Clinical psychology research in the media

Research over the past 5 years involving research visits to France and the United States is featured in interviews for shows on over 40 radio stations, and in the New… »

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Defining the latent phase of labour

Background Identifying the onset of labour is an important but often challenging process for maternity care providers. It has been estimated that approximately 30% of women admitted to labour wards… »

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Emerge – Operation Integratus

Operation Integratus are a group of musicians, technologists, composers, instrument builders working within the Experimental Media Research Group (EMERGE) of Bournemouth University, UK. Using augmented and experimental musical instruments and… »

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Psychology students present research

The final year students on the BSc Psychology degree presented their dissertation research projects at a poster conference in Talbot House yesterday. The event demonstrated the wide range of topics… »

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NATO training delivered by SciTech Psychologist

Last week Associate Professor Jacqui Taylor delivered two lectures as part of a 4 week NATO Strategic Communications training programme at the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence in Riga,… »

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Psychology PhD Student Success at FST Conference

A number of Psychology PhD students were awarded prizes at the annual Faculty of Science and Technology Postgraduate Research Conference earlier this week. Anna Bobak won first prize in the… »

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How can wellbeing enhance the customer experience?

The Project  Case study – Pine Ridge Bed & Breakfast The importance of wellbeing is increasingly recognised as a crucial aspect of tourism and an area of strategic growth amongst… »

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Iron deficiency as an indicator of cancer

Ten percent of adults presenting with iron deficiency anaemia have underlying cancer of the stomach or bowel.  Observational data from a district general hospital were used and modelled to assess… »

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Finance for SMEs

A team from Bournemouth University has won funding from the Economic and Social Research Council to provide seminars addressing access to finance for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The seminars… »

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Governing the governors

Juvenal posed the question many centuries ago: Who will guard the guardians? That question plays a prominent role in the literature of corporate governance, and also in statecraft. Donald Nordberg, associate professor… »

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Conflict and Rule of Law in the blogosphere

BU’s Conflict, Rule of Law and Society research team have been contributing to some important global discussions on a range of international blogs. Recent topics include Flight MH17, Crimea and Ukraine,… »

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